Fall 2017 Menswear Trends
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With the first day of fall right around the corner, it’s time to start getting your wardrobe for the new season in order. From quilted jackets to bright colors, we take a look at the menswear trends that will carry you through the season.

Boglioli Green Slim-Fit Stretch-Cotton Corduroy Blazer

Channel Dustin Hoffman's character in The Graduate this fall with corduroy separates in deep, rich hues like olive green and navy. If you're feeling daring, go for a full suit, but be sure to focus on fit and tailoring to keep the look sharp.

Margaret Howell Mélange Wool Rollneck Sweater

For those living in colder climates, the turtleneck trend will be a popular one this season. While designers sent a bevy of roll neck sweaters down the runway in bold patterns and varying weights, we recommend investing in a classic merino or cashmere option for a polished look, and a chunkier version for a more casual look.

Burberry Quilted Shell Bomber

Once associated almost exclusively with off-duty prepsters and British aristocrats on a hunting trip, quilted jackets are seeing a resurgence this season thanks to new silhouettes, patterns, and materials. We're partial to a quilted bomber in an unexpected color.

Société Anonyme Shinjuku Trousers

Looser silhouettes have been in style for the past few seasons, and they'll remain a staple this fall and winter as well. They key here is to keep the look slouchy and unstructured so that it doesn't look like you're just wearing pants two sizes too big.

Alexander McQueen Peacock Feather printed shirt

While silk shirts usually make us think of Miami in the summer, this trend is proving to have staying power in other locales as well. This autumn, experiment with a long sleeved version in a muted palette.

Albam Washed-Cotton Hooded Parka

Fall and winter fashion usually conjures up images of black, gray, and navy pieces. This season, incorporate pops of orange into your wardrobe for an unexpected, but surprisingly complimentary, look.